Guider Asanda’s presentation was up to the point. She explained explicitly that MMM had stated in 2011 primarily to help people become financially independent. It has 138 million registered participants worldwide and no one is forced to join. One does so willingly.
She gave an example that if one wanted to donate R100 you had to register first. Open your Personal Office, create an account and click Provide help. From that moment your mavros start growing by 30%. The maros percentages are interests are added on every Tuesday and Thursday. For the system to balance, one should constantly Provide and Get help. She elaborated on the different bonuses one got in MMM. the registration bonus, the referral bonus and leader bonus were looked at. Through community building and development, MMM also supported different charity organisations.
MMM! Together we can.